posted on Jun, 16 2006 @ 02:49 AM
It's remarkable so many people still don't see that Iran is a totally different situation than North Korea is. War is always about money. Apart from
the nuclear threat, would there be any other beneficial aspects of invading North Korea? North Korea doesn't have any important natural resources to
trade; nor to be taken over by the US. There's no oil, there's no Euro Oil Bourse to come.
Iran in contrast, has oil reserves, and is going to trade it in Euros, which would be catastrophic for the US (and world) economy. This scenario is
not just the work of one man, Bush, warnings from the Fed. And economic gurus made the US governments already aware of this doom-scenario two decades
ago, which is why the US has carefully made a plan of action almost two decades ago.
An oil bourse does contain two advantages for Iran:
- it would force the US on its knees, if the US decides not to launch an attack, and
thus wouldn’t prevent Iran from actually introducing the bourse. Compare it to a SWOT analysis, which is what the Iranian government did on the
US, the strength of the US is it’s military; no country in the world can match that of the US. However, the weakness in contrast, is it’s economy.
If it’s really not about preventing, or postponing the Dollar from collapsing, then why do you think:
-Harry Schultz, the highest paid investment consultant, at USD 2400,- / hour, in weekends USD 3400,- /h (Guinness book of records) warns for such a
collapse as well (Really, if you tell non sense, you won’t be able to get such a salary).
-The Fed stopped reporting the M3
-Bill Gates, surrounded by the best investment advisors, pulls out capital from the US
-Warren Buffet pulled out almost 50% of his capital from the US, if there’s no threat at all?
-Companies starting to pull out US assets.
-The Fed gave bank managers the assignment how to act in time of an economic collapse.
-The US inflation is actually 2% higher than stated, as stated by a respectable bank (No CIA fact book crap, as I stated before they aren’t even
capable to do their security and intelligence job, let alone making difficult economic calculations, the Iraqi WMDs proved that).
-Respectable banks write essays on the live after the Dollar collapse.
-Economically, it would be beneficial, as the Euro is a strong currency, and such a bourse would have a domino effect on other countries, which will
be forced to start stocking Euro reserves, which furthermore is a great way to indoctrinate the Iranian people, as such a bourse would improve their
current living standard.
That's my opinion on the whole Iran issue.
[edit on 16-6-2006 by Mdv2]